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I can't stand the chairman...really haven't seen much of him until this week.
The Affordable Care Act did not reduce, and will not reduce, any benefit under Medicare, now or in the future. The $716 billion are estimated savings under the Act from limiting administrative costs to health care providers and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Originally posted by psuxavier
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
Why does the political parties still use this insanely inaccurate and corruption-ridden method to cast a decision?
The speaker can decide who won the vote, deny a recount, and the party has to "deal with it."
Seriously, all they need to do is this:
--Make them walk forward, two by two with their ID's present.
--Sign a paper ballot on a table that is on camera, which will be displayed on the jumbo-tron.
--Count the ballots on camera in public and figure out who won it.
There. No more corruption. You're welcome, Republicans. ( I just registered to vote as one with the hope RP might be on the ballot, guess I'm writing him in anyway)